Agustín Ruiz

Agustín Ruiz

Argentina Designer Joined over 6 years ago

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  • Posted to What backpack are you rocking?, in reply to Maikel Haas , Jul 18, 2018

    I have the same one, no regrets so far :D

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  • Posted to Second Client Site. Feedback?, in reply to Stefan Rauch , Sep 01, 2015

    I'm viewing it too on Chrome for Windows

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Show your Android homescreen, Aug 04, 2015

    Home

    Here you go. I'm on a stock Nexus 5, with Google Now Launcher :)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What mail client do you use?, Apr 27, 2015

    Gmail - both in phone and desktop

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  • Posted to Show DN: Reddit material redesign concept, in reply to Lee Fuhr , Feb 07, 2015

    Oopsie

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  • Posted to Show DN: Reddit material redesign concept, in reply to Will Baker , Feb 07, 2015

    I have to say I agree with you.

    On my defense (I feel like I'm defending myself a lot here :P), this was a "just for fun" concept. I love Android, and as a good practice of the guidelines, thought that applying them on an existing product could be a fun project to do on spare time.

    Could I have imprinted more of "me" in the project? Sure. That was not my goal. Maybe that should've been stated somewhere.

    No hurt feelings here, I always appreciate constructive criticism.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Reddit material redesign concept, in reply to Rich Arnold , Feb 07, 2015

    No hurt feelings. I somewhat agree with you. I did this purely as practice on material guidelines, and applying them on an existing product (if you see my dribbble, you'll see I did it before a week ago).

    So, yeah, maybe I should've stated it like "Reddit doesn't look so hot and Google Material does."

    This was not meant to be a deep study on how Reddit works, weaknesses or whatever. I think it's kind of a futile exercise to do that, without knowing how the users really react to it. I can't possibly have that information, unless they approach me to do it.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Reddit material redesign concept, in reply to Rich Arnold , Feb 06, 2015

    I think having an outdated design can be a problem and a reason to redesign (specially if you are redesigning it just for fun and practice)

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  • Posted to Show DN: Reddit material redesign concept, in reply to Brian A. , Feb 06, 2015

    Yeah, /r/materialdesign is similar too

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  • Posted to Show DN: Reddit material redesign concept, in reply to Eric Posen , Feb 06, 2015

    I'd love to, but I have no idea on how to make a Chrome extension! :(

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